Chip Kelly's ambivalence about going to the NFL didn't seem to last all that long -- he'll be heading to the Eagles. Kelly leaves Oregon with a 46-7 record, right on the heels of a win in the Fiesta Bowl. He'll be taking over a 4-12 team after a season filled with injuries, failed expectations and general disarray forced out Andy Reid. Kelly's best known for his high-powered college offense, but he'll have to come up with a lot more than the hurry-up to turn this team around.

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A good hire?

Chip Kelly's had a lot of success with Oregon, but coaching in the NFL is a whole different animal.


Kelly's influence?

Andy Reid was able to lead the Eagles to a Super Bowl, but Kelly will inherit a team that hasn't seen much in the way of winning lately.


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